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A full-time freelance copywriter, blogger, passionate Chelsea fan. It is often said that clubs choose you and not the other way around. Well, it is true in my case. Blue blood runs in my veins. Up the blues. KTBFFH. You can follow the author at Google and Twitter.

2008/2009 Season fixtures are out

The fixtures for all the matches for the 2008/2009 season are out and I think that this could be the best possible fixtures that we can get at the start of the season. Nobody wants to play newly promoted teams in the start because they ...

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Cech gifts qualification for Turkey

He has not been the same after the skull injury, hasn’t he ? It is disappointing to see a Chelsea player, one of the best goalkeepers in the business do a mistake like it and cost his side a quarterfinal place. Usually rock solid in ...

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Big money transfers in line

This summer could be one of the interesting ones after the summer of 2004 when Roman Abramovich arrived. Scolari’s appointment has been followed by the news that there will be a £100 million transfer budget. That is one juicy transfer budget to get at your ...

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Croatia stun Germany

Image Courtesy: BBC SportEuro 2008 match day reviews continue again after a gap of two days in which I was not able to watch all four matches that happened. The most notable results were that Spain beat Russia 4-1 and Portugal beat Czech Republic 3-1. ...

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Scolari appointment confirmed

Our Search for the new managerial candidate is over. Its the current manager of the Portuguese national team, Luiz Felipe Scolari. This information has been confirmed by the Chelsea FC through the official website. ‘Chelsea Football Club is delighted to confirm that Luiz Felipe Scolari ...

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Euro 2008 Match day 3

France kicked off their campaign with the dullest of dull affairs against Romania with all our players starting. It was so painful to watch that I could have switched off my television and gone off to watch paint dry. Even that could have been more ...

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Euro 2008 Match Day 2

Micheal Ballack’s Germany side cruised through to victory on their first match of the tournament with a 2-0 win over Poland with Polish born Podolski scoring both the goals. Though Ballack didn’t get on the score sheet, he was influential in the match and only ...

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